Hardoi. Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022 In Hardoi Sadar Seat But the competition looks to be very interesting. from this seat Samajwadi Party The BJP has increased the difficulties of BJP candidate Nitin Agarwal by fielding former MLA Anil Verma. Pasi fraternity has maximum voters in this assembly seat. Anil Verma comes from this community. At the same time, the SP is considering the Muslim vote as its own. In such a situation, if some other castes also get the support of SP, then surely the stronghold of the king can be dented. Congress made Ashish Singh as its candidate, he will also harm Nitin as much as he will cut votes, while a Muslim candidate from Sadar Vidhan Sabha has also come forward. Akhtar Ali Ghazi from Azad Samaj Party (ASP) will try his hand in the Sadar assembly seat.
Anil is contesting from SP for the first time
Anil Verma, who is trying his luck for the first time in the Sadar assembly seat as a SP candidate, has been the president of CSN Degree College Students Union. His uncle Chhotelal was elected MLA from Bawan-Hariawan seat in 1996 on a BJP ticket. He died in 1999, after which by-elections were held. Then Anil Verma had contested the assembly elections for the first time on a BJP ticket, but lost. In the 2002 general elections, Anil was elected MLA on a BJP ticket. In 2012, he switched to SP and the party made him a candidate from Balamau, where he won. In the 2017 assembly elections, he did not contest the election because he was not given a ticket.
More number of Pasi voters
Talking about the caste equation of Sadar seat, this seat has the highest number of Pasi voters and the SP candidates come from the Pasi community. About 16 percent of the total voters belong to the Pasi community. Apart from this, 15 percent Muslims, 4.5 percent Yadavs and 10.32 percent Raidas voters play a decisive role in this area. Here Brahmins constitute 10.94 percent Kshatriyas, 14.92 percent and Vaishyas 4.87 percent.
Naresh’s family has been occupied for four decades
Naresh Agarwal has always preferred to be in the ruling party. He is considered an expert player of upheaval. He was elected MLA from this seat in the years 1980, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 2002 and 2007. In 2008, he resigned from the membership of the assembly and got his son contested on a BSP ticket in the by-election, in which Nitin Agarwal started his political career by winning. After this Nitin was elected MLA in the 2012 and 2017 elections as well. Overall, the SP candidate’s upper hand is seen in the figures, but the opponents are trying for the last four decades to break the king’s strategy, but every time the king emerges victorious, which side will the camel sit this time? The public will decide this on 23 February.
Efforts are made by all the political parties to collect votes keeping in view the caste equation. SP fielded Anil Verma to grab the vote bank of Pasi fraternity, Congress gave preference to Kshatriya face.
Thrilled by the jump of Muslim candidate
Now the election on the seat of Sadar has become even more thrilling due to the jump of Muslim candidate in Sadar’s Gadar. With the arrival of Akhtar Ali Ghazi from ASP, the danger of cutting off the Muslim vote is also certain. Akhtar Ali Ghazi had earlier also been the head of Hardoi Dehat Gram Panchayat of Hardoi and again tried his hand at the headship, but there he had to face his face. At present, he has now entered the electoral fray to try his hand in the assembly elections from ASP. Now it has to be seen who woos the Muslim vote in the Sadar the most.
Congress also confused maths
Congress has also declared its caretaker district president Ashish Singh as its candidate from Sadar Vidhan Sabha, now the problems of Nitin Agarwal, who was MLA, have increased even more. After all, the votes of which castes will he collect so that his chair remains, the fear of cutting Kshatriya votes has also stood for Nitin due to the Congress fielding a Kshatriya candidate. At present, Congress is hoping to support the Congress from Hardoi by making Ashish a candidate from Hardoi.
On the other hand, if we talk about BSP, then BSP has not fielded any candidate in the field of Sadar Vidhan Sabha so far.